'Demonic' describes pro-aborts' campus protest

Friday, May 3, 2019
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

pink crosses protest at UT-San AntonioChristian radio hosts were aghast when they heard the recorded exclamations and chants of a group of pro-abortion students as they desecrated a pro-life display featuring hundreds of pink crosses on a University of Texas campus.

On April 9, the Students for Life group on the UT-San Antonio campus erected a "Cemetery of the Innocents" display – 911 pink crosses planted in the ground, one for every baby aborted each day in the U.S. Someone had a camera rolling when several students holding Planned Parenthood signs marched through the display shouting about their abortions.

One of the protesters pointed to a cross at her feet and said derisively: "That one's mine." And one of the chants recorded was: "Hey, stop! What's that sound? All the fetuses are in the ground."

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The video broke the heart of Ed Vitagliano when the audio was played on the air on American Family Radio on Thursday.

"Those girls need Jesus," responded the vice president of American Family Association. "That is demonic; that is the devil celebrating over the murder and the butchery of unborn children.

Vitagliano

"I'm thinking what Jesus said on the cross," he continued. "Father, forgive them. They do not know what they're doing. These are just young, stupid girls who have bought a lie. They've been deceived."

And he despaired over the eternal destiny of the protesters. "That's what the devil wants," Vitagliano continued. "When we say God has a wonderful plan for your life, the devil doesn't – he wants you in darkness and in chains, he wants you miserable, blind and alone."

AFA's Walker Wildmon, one of the co-hosts of the AFR program, identified the source of the evil.

Wildmon

"The left and people who support the killing of babies are so adamant and on fire about it that it can only be explained in spiritual terms. [Otherwise] why would you object to babies being born?" he wondered aloud.

Students for Life reports that despite the protesters' shouts and chants, members of the pro-life group were able to converse with "more reasonable" passersby and share with them the truth about Planned Parenthood.


Editor's Note: The American Family Association is the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates OneNewsNow.com.

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